CentOS: Adding static IP/ IP range

Tags: ifconfigIP configurationLinux networking

Published on : October 18, 2014 by

CentOS:  Adding static IP/ IP range

To add static IP – Single IP Create/edit file named ifcfg-<interface> in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ How to get  Interface Information? Usually, the interface will be eth0. It can be determined from ifconfig result. Interface is the name under which new IP will be added. Add the following details :   Eg: to add IP as a […]

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CGI (Common Gateway Interface)

Tags: CGICGI scriptsmod_cgi

Published on : October 13, 2014 by

CGI (Common Gateway Interface)

Common Gateway Interface (CGI) is a technique used in web servers for generating dynamic content using other application programs. Web servers are not capable of generating dynamic content. They are programmed just to deliver the requested static page. CGI provides a way of passing data/request to other applications and receive response. When a user requests […]

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Image upload through WordPress shows “Missing Temporary Folder”

Tags: CageFSCloudLinuxwordpress

Published on : October 10, 2014 by

Image upload through WordPress shows  “Missing Temporary Folder”

We might get an error as ‘Missing Temporary Folder’ when trying to upload images through a CloudLinux WordPress.   How to fix: The error usually occurs when a user is not enabled in CageFS properly. While you might see it as enabled, there can be still issues. In order to fix the error you need […]

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How to configure timezone in Ubuntu

Tags: local timetimezoneUbuntu

Published on : September 23, 2014 by

How to configure timezone in Ubuntu

There are different methods to change the timezone in Linux (Debian). The most simple and widely used ubuntu timezone configuration methods are shown below :- Method 1 :- To change the timezone,run the following command as root user:   >>Select the geographical area in which you live Now select the city corresponding to your timezone […]

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Identify your public IP via Linux Terminal

Tags: command lineLinuxpublic IP

Published on : August 5, 2014 by

Identify  your public IP via Linux Terminal

Get public IP Getting the public IP is essential for the investigation of various issues.  The most common method being used is accessing the websites such as or from the browser. Some times, the browser may not be available. In such cases you can use the following commands to get  public IP from the […]

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